Sampler Page

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  1. SBritton

    SBritton Member

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    Thought I would share this page.

    http://www.pipesandcigars.com/samplers.html
     
  2. Sasquatch

    Sasquatch Sales Account

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    Just in case I was having a hard time finding peanut butter flavored tobacco?


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  3. Marc

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    All I see is cherries in my face! Yikes! :eek:
     
  4. Deckard

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    The English sampler was the first tobacco I bought when starting out. It was pretty good and got me started in the right direction. Plus 10 ounces of baccy for $24 ain't bad.
     
  5. SBritton

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    I am always happy with trying new things. I dunno about peanut butter, but hell, why not?
     
  6. ddandb

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    Mmmmm. Put it in with one of the many chocolate blends and I have a Reese Peanut butter cup.
     
  7. SBritton

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    GENIUS!
     
  8. yinyang

    yinyang Some rim charring is to be expected.

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    I dunno...love me a Reese's...but tobacco flavored Reese's???...
     
  9. Rider

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    pipefriendCH on youtube did a review on these. he didnt like 99% of them lol
     
  10. SBritton

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    Thanks for the reply. Noted.
     
  11. Rider

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    no problem :bing: if you dont know who he is then keep in mind that hes dutch, picky, and not a big aromatic fan lol :rolleyes:
     
  12. Stoked

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    I'd try peanut butter over "Mimosa" any day. At least peanut butter would have a nutty flavor, but mimosa? What the hell does a shrub taste like? Hell they might as well offer marigold and dandelion while they're at it. Guess I'm just ornery today.
     
  13. Rider

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    shrub?? a mimosa is orange juice and champagne :)
     
  14. ruffinogold

    ruffinogold Ruffinogold-Mayor, I.R.G.E.--At Large. Mayor

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  15. SBritton

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    Nice find.

    Oh, I went to pick up a 14oz can of Carter Hall, great smoke. 19$
    I also was going to pick up a 14oz can of Prince Albert until I saw "Long Burning" across the can. I don't need extra chemicals. Also its strange, the food store my wife works at sells a 14oz can for 17$. Then I was in walmart - yes I know don't harass - and the same can was 46$ there. What on good gravy's earth?
     
  16. lestrout

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    When I started back up with pipes 2 yrs ago, one of my first moves was to try out P&C's Hearth & Home Sampler, which was one of the smarter things I did. Smoking Pipes at that time had a sampler of McClelland Englishes, which I got. Unfortunately, but the time I got into VAs, they had discontinued their McC Virginia Sampler.

    Park Lane and Chief Catoonah, among others, also have samplers, which are a whole lotta fun. Then Cornell and Diehl has a bodacious sampler program - they have an unbelievable number of wonderful blends.

    hp
    les
     
  17. Roddy

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    It's got to be better than banana burly.
     
  18. SBritton

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    Oh my lord...
     
  19. Unforgivin

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    Not bad at all. The only place here that has CH gets $22.00 and change for a 14 oz can.
     
  20. Unforgivin

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    A lot of it sounds like it would put a diabetic into sugar shock!!!
     
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